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SHORELINE SHUFFLE REVISITED
Pump House Steam Museum
23 Ontario St, Kingston
REVISIT the Shoreline Shuffle with a curated exhibition of photography and videos from the event, and continue the discussion about long-term waterfront planning in Kingston.
Contact: Curator Su Sheedy firstname.lastname@example.org (613) 484-6625
EXHIBITION DATES: April 3rd – May 18th, 2014
Opening Reception: April 11th , 7-9pm
Wednesday April 16th, 7-9 pm free admission
Forum: Animating Public Space through Art
Clarke Mackey: “The Politics of Play: Civic Engagement & Site Specific Art. Clarke is an award winning filmmaker, Teacher of Film and Media at Queens University and author of ‘Random Acts of Kindness’.
Annalee Adair: “Kingston’s Public Arts Plan”: what it hopes to achieve. Annalee is Manager of Community Engagement and Education at City of Kingston.
Discussion: will follow along with local Artists who would like to share their public Art experience.
Saturday April 19th 2-3pm
Library Program for all ages
For more information contact Pump House Steam Museum www.steammuseum.ca
Wednesday May 14th, 7-9 pm free admission
Forum: “Reimagining Kingston’s Waterfront: join in the conversation!”
Carl Bray: Urban Design: Benefits and Challenges. Kingston-based heritage planner and adjunct professor of Queen’s School of Urban and Regional Planning.
David McDonald: Shoreline Shuffle 2013 : Highlights and Messages. Professor, Dept of Global Development Studies at Queens University.
Update on Waterfront Master Plan: City staff will give an overview of the objectives, timelines and public participation opportunities for this plan.
The Pump House Steam Museum in Kingston hosted a curated exhibition of photographs and videos taken during the Shoreline Shuffle This positive public protest saw hundreds of people walk, paddle and cycle along 7.7km of Kingston’s downtown shoreline to raise awareness about the need for better public access and waterfront planning in our city. The exhibition included photos of the work from the outdoor art exhibition that took place the same day, called ‘Dear Kingston’, where 16 'word art’ installations were placed along the route.
Photographers & Videographers
Margaret Asselstine, Kelley Bolen, Liz Bourgeois, Martine Bresson, David Craig, Terry Culbert, Lars Hagberg, Wayne Hiebert , Jonathan Hutchinson, Stephen Liu, Angela Moritsugu, Maria Offin, Michael Parkinson,
Kristen Ritchie, Arden Rogalsky, Alec Ross, Alec Suriyuth, Mieke Van Geest, Paul Wash, William Weedmark.
Curators: Wayne Hiebert & Su Sheedy email@example.com